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Desc:Cannon promo from the mid 80s with voice work by the late,great Don LaFontaine
Category:Classic Movies, Trailers
Tags:cannon, don lafontaine, over the top, Superman IV
Submitted:dinner
Date:02/04/10
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baleen - 2010-02-04

shit I was just talking about Over the Top an hour ago.
Syd Midnight - 2010-02-05
"Over the Top" is the sweatiest movie ever made. And Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 was awesome.

Daniel Striped Tiger - 2010-02-04
Golan and Globus may be considered a couple hacks, but they distributed some great movies.

Powaqqatsi
The Company of Wolves
The Last American Virgin
That Championship Season
Lifeforce
Runaway Train
A Cry in the Dark
Barfly
Street Smart
that Robotech movie that no one ever saw
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Caminante Nocturno - 2010-02-04
Something about the films they made (particularly the Delta Force films) tells me that they were also completely unlikeable assholes.

baleen - 2010-02-05
there was a cannon films week here even.

SharoKham - 2010-02-05
Roger Ebert said of Cannon in 1987 that “No other production organization in the world today has taken more chances with serious, marginal films.”

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-02-04
So their building was headquartered in a parking structure?
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-02-04
Parretti’s continued presidency over Cannon Films, and his significantly poor business and financial decisions, raised suspicions in the industry, and once again from the SEC. Parretti defaulted on the bond payments to Credit Lyonnais on Cannon’s financial reorganization plans, and furthermore, Parretti also defaulted on the payments he made for his acquisition of MGM, which he also controlled. The Securities and Exchange Commission sought another investigation into Cannon Films, and it was later discovered that Parretti had tampered with evidence, and later fled the United States before being sentenced.
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